Will Smith made a new feat in The Hundred. He scored 100 runs alone in 100 balls.
The English batsman did not even play half of the 50 balls to reach the three-figure mark.
In Edgbaston on Wednesday, Smith crossed the personal century barrier in just 49 balls for Birmingham Phoenix.
And that’s how he got a place in the history of the tournament. Smith became the first batsman to score a century in the history of The Hundred.
Smith’s team faced Southern Brave in the eighth match of The Hundred. Birmingham lost the toss and went to bat first.
They scored 176 runs for 4 wickets in 100 balls. More than half of the runs of this huge score came from Smith touching the bat. Smith played half the ball of the innings alone.
Smith spent 25 balls to score the first 50 runs. His bat touched 51 runs off the next 25 balls.
In the end, Smith remained unbeaten with 101 runs off 50 balls. The English star hit 8 boundaries and 6 sixes to play this aggressive inning.